We can make a difference in the education of your child with special needs
Wiscarson Law serves a wide range of needs for individuals with disabilities. For over twenty years, our focus has been special education law, and ensuring that students receive a free appropriate public education. We primarily help families resolve special education issues and conflicts by working collaboratively with school districts.
Wiscarson Law understands that every individual has unique needs. Our attorneys and staff are here to ensure those needs are met in every facet of life. We simplify complex rules and regulations so that individuals and families can make informed decisions. We help families in a variety of ways, from providing behind the scenes advice to representing families in special…
In response to clients’ needs and requests, we expanded our services to assist with other disability-related matters. In addition to special education, Wiscarson Law can advise and assist clients with guardianship matters and with obtaining accommodations in higher education.
How We Can Help
We work individually with each family to understand their specific needs
What Our Clients Are Saying
“You all are the gold standard. Period.”
“Thank you so very much for all that you have done. Without your help, [my son] wouldn’t be where he is today.”
“Throughout the process we came to admire and respect Diane’s strict adherence to an ethical practice. She diligently worked toward our benefit throughout the whole experience.”
“Thank you for your help and for what you do for our kids. Have a great day.”
“Just wanted to thank you for the attorney referral for my son. As a result, his legal situation ended a bit better than it could have been, and in time he will be able to rebuild his life and start on a new path. Once again, thank you so much! You were my guardian angel that day, and I don’t know what I would have done without you!”
“Just wanted to drop you a note and tell you thank you so much. I do feel that without you there for [our son] he would not be where he is today.”